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Nov
15
2015

Witch’s Broom Spelling – AGAIN?!

  The origin of the English phrase “witch’s broom” is the German Hexenbesen, which means “the broom of a/the witch”. Wikipedia defines “Hexenbesen” as the “broom of a witch”. Ergo: “Hexenbesen” is the transport vehicle of a witch, in other words, a witch’s broom. Besen is the German word for “broom”. But more importantly— There…

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